Lectures given to support my Introduction to Psychology course at Portland Community College. These lectures are an enhanced podcast, and are best subscribed to using iTunes, and opening the Video viewer to see the slides synchronized with the lecture. Go to: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=200199659 Topics: psychology, lecture, podcast, introduction to psychology, psychology podcast, lecture podcast
Lectures given to support my Social Psychology course at Portland Community College. These lectures are an enhanced podcast, and are best subscribed to using iTunes, and opening the Video viewer to see the slides synchronized with the lecture. Go to: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=279743630 Topics: psychology, podcast, social psychology, lecture, psychology lecture
On today's show, I start off by talking about how after breaking an Atari joystick while playing Berzerk, I grew closer to one friend and further apart from another. Then I jump into the star of this episode, the Stern arcade classic, Berzerk. I talk about the people and company who created the game, the gameplay, strategy, ports, sequels and much much more. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: video games, retro, nostalgia, podcast, retroist, stern, arcades, retrogaming
Finally the episode you have all be clamoring for, the lates 1970s 2 season powerhouse, Project UFO. On today’s show we talk all about this Jack Webb produced Sci-Fi classic. We talk about the show’s stars, its premise, production and much much more.
Why just crack packs when you can use them to play a whole bunch of pack wars! James and Paul find out that, in this meta, Vryn Wingmare sucks and Prickleboar is way OPSupport this show (and other things!): http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Topics: loadingreadyrun, podcast, mtg, magic the gathering, card game
Join Beej, Heather, Cori and Ian as the delve into their origin stories. Where did they come from? What did they do? Why are they here?Support this show (and other things!): http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Topics: LoadingReadyRun, LRR, Funny, Comedy, Podcast, LRRcast
It's that time again! School is out, but I'm still working, so the kid came to the office with me, just in time to record a new podcast. This year, Poesy performs a stirring rendition of Jingle Bells, with dirty words! Topics: Xmas, corydoctorow, daddydaughter
Here's the Q&A portion of the Cory Doctorow in Conversation event I did to benefit the Clarion West Writers' Workshop in Seattle on July 28, 2015. The audio was provided Frank Catalano, who also conducted the interview. Topics: corydoctorow, writing, iot, copyright, surviellance, drones
This week James, Graham and Kathleen answer your Twitter questions. Follow @LRRMtG if you wish to ask questions in future episodes.Support this show (and other things!): http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Topics: loadingreadyrun, lrr, podcast, lrrcast, q&a, magic: the gathering
Mazes are fun on long car rides! But not so much when you're trapped in one, and there are murderous cyborg spiders. Thomas and a bunch of other teenage boys look for an exit as Dan and Paul talk about the dystopic world of The Maze Runner. Topics: loadingreadyrun, maze runner, podcast, dystopia, YA, commentary, future
Ever have one of those days where you just decide to put your entire library on shuffle and see what happens? That's what happened with this episode. I narrowed down the library to just the Creative Commons Metal Music, turned on shuffle and hit "play". What you're hearing is a (mostly) shuffled version of what is in the Open Metalcast archives. This episode has a mix of different artists, featuring Colosso, Aborym, Exiled From Eden, Trocotombix, Black Autumn, Pr4nA, The Foetal Mind,... Topics: metal, openmetalcast, creativecommons
Have taken a bulk carrier in stasis to avoid detection enroute to Neptune. This is our last transmission until we arrive. Unsure what we will find but hoping to blend in with some Extropian or Scum collectives until this all blows over. Wish us well. Stasis disturbed. Link damaged. Backup engaged. Transmitting... Transmitting... Transmitting... (00:23) Distractions by Deconbrio from The Art of Violation: Part One (BY-NC-SA) (03:58) Quien by Echovolt from Odds On The Underdog (BY-NC-ND) (07:56)... Topics: openmetalcast, creativecommons, metal
Lectures from the course Philosophy 185 Heidegger by Hubert Dreyfus. Copied to archive.org on closure of the UCB podcast site in order to preserve access. Note: some lectures may appear to be missing (gap in numbering). This usually means that there was a holiday or no lecture on the day the recording was due, although sometimes it does mean that the audio is not available. Course Description:Philosophy 185 - Fall 2007 - One of the most important philosophical works of the twentieth century,... ( 4 reviews )
Today’s show is all about Scooby Doo, Where are You? I start by talking about how I watcht the Show and then go into the history of the show, the actors who gave voice the legendary characters and touch briefly on the shows that were influenced by Scooby Doo. New talent this week! I would like to welcome metagirl to the crew. She is presenting the top 5 list this week and we are very pleased to have her aboard. The Retroist Podcast family keeps growing – we might need to build some new... ( 1 reviews )
Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report National Edition Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg **************************** Getting Serious About the Next Economic System With Gar Alperovitz, author, What Then Must We Do? and The Next American Revolution: Beyond Corporate Capitalism and State Socialism In an era when systemic critique of the economic and political institutions of the United States is poised on the edge of mainstream consciousness: the realities of a changing... Topics: Ed Whitfield, Fund for Democratic Communities, Southern Grassroots Economies Project, Gar...
I've put together my review of the epic, in its totality. I discuss the strange way in which the epic goes into fine detail on some parts of the story, and breezes over others. Some of the most critical moments in the story, like when Dhrtarastra was skipped and then later made king, or during the dice game, or in dealing with the birth & death of Krishna, the story is ambiguous and full of holes. The only explanation that I can come up with is that the author himself may not have known... Topics: Bhakti, Channeling, False Vasudev, Karma Yoga, Krishna, Vyasa
This final episode in the series looks at some ways in which Satan still finds a place within modern culture. After discussing the importance of the film Nosferatu (1922), I discuss Satanic imagery within the country blues (1930s) and rock and roll. Then I conclude with a discussion of two Satanic conspiracies of the 1980s, the Satanic ritual abuse scare and the notion of backmasking in rock and roll. Topics: Satan, devil, backmasking, film, country blues, rock
Lectures from the course Phil 7 Existentialism in Literature and Film by Hubert Dreyfus. Copied to archive.org on closure of the UCB podcast site in order to preserve access. Note: some lectures may appear to be missing (gap in numbering). This usually means that there was a holiday or no lecture on the day the recording was due, although sometimes it does mean that the audio is not available. Course Description:Phil 7: Existentialism in Literature and Film - Spring 2006. The course will be...
Neste episódio, analisamos um dos casos mais graves de vazamento de dados ocorrido recentemente.Esse podcast é um oferecimento da empresa BrownPipe Consultoria.Para acesso aos shownotes e lista completa de episódios, acesse Seguranca Legal. Topics: Direito da Tecnologia, Segurança da Informação, HackingTeam, Monitoramento, Privacidade,...
Browsing through Wikipedia for subjects for titles for the show I stumbled upon something I didn't know (isn't that always the case with Wikipedia?) Apparently Moses lived to be 120 years old. So the way to wish someone long life would be "Live until 120" Which is apropos for the 120th episode of our long-running podcast bringing you the finest in Creative Commons metal music (with no end in sight, knock on IKEA desk). This episode brings us the other half of the HELA / LODO split... Topics: creativecommons, metal, openmetalcast
Tonight was the Windsor–Detroit International Freedom Festival, AKA "The Fireworks". Unfortunately we're also getting some bad weather in this area so they did the fireworks earlier than normal. What does that have to do with this show? Not a damn thing. But what this show does have is nine spectacular songs hidden inside it's encoded bits, including tracks from Ósserp, TEETHING, HOT SKULL, Black Autumn, Rain On Their Parade, Thicket, ROSY FINCH, and B.I.T.E. So if you see flashes... Topics: metal, creativecommons, openmetalcast
Beej, Heather, Cori and Ian are back to talk about this seasons offerings in the world of Anime.Support this show (and other things!): http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Topics: loadingreadyrun, lrr, funny, podcast, lrrcast, anime
Ghosts in My Head was originally published in the July issue of Subterranean Press, with accompanying art by Dave McKean. It's a short-short story about the end-times brought on by advanced neuromarketing. You can read the whole story there. Mastering by John Taylor Williams: firstname.lastname@example.org John Taylor Williams is a full-time self-employed audio engineer, producer, composer, and sound designer. In his free time, he makes beer, jewelry, odd musical instruments and furniture. He likes... Topics: corydoctorow, podcast, neuromarketing, sciencefiction
This week I'll be seeing Rush in concert for their 40th anniversary tour. One of the reasons Rush is one of my favorite bands is they bucked the trends. On the album 2112 they released the now legendary concept track "2112" which clocked in at over 20 minutes. This was despite their label stating they didn't want any more concept songs. Despite this the album is now regarded as a cultural treaure in Canada and the band is still going strong 40 years later. So much for listening to the... Topics: metal, creativecommons, openmetalcast
Ah the joys of computers. Can't really do a show without one but damned if this computer wasn't being a bit of a pain in the ass by filling up the root partition (and of course not telling me until it completely shit the bed in the process). But with things mostly back to normal we can talk about the amazing episode we have lined up for your ears. We have new tracks from Shooter, Vemm, and Bolesno Grinje, Lux, Evacuate The City, Afterwind, and Alturuk, as well as brand new material from... Topics: metal, creativecommons, openmetalcast
Some sad news to report with this episode. Apparently the album "Larks" is the last "Returning We Hear the Larks" album for the foreseeable future. But "Larks" is an excellent album comprising of re-recorded versions of popular songs spanning the career of Returning We Hear the Larks. Hopefully it won't be the last we hear of this amazing band. And while we end this episode on a bit of a downer we have 45 minutes of ear-punishing Creative Commons Metal starting... Topics: metal, creativecommons, openmetalcast
Frosty, Heidi and Frank had a radio show on 97.1 Free FM in Los Angeles, California. Their show, along with everybody else's, got canceled when the radio station changed format on 2/20/2009. This is part 2 of the collection of their recorded podcasts, which ranges from early 2006 until their last show on 2/20/2009 New episodes of their Uncensored Podcast show can be downloaded every Monday for free on www.frostyheidiandfrank.com or on iTunes under Frosty, Heidi and Frank Uncensored ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Frosty,Heidi,Frank,FHF,Frosty Heidi and Frank
On this week's show I talk all about legendary Atari 2600 title, Yar's Revenge. I am joined this week by Vic Sage with a new "Why Should I Know this Person?", Doug McCoy with a new "Also Ran" and Rob "Flack" O'Hara with a great new "Talking Tech". I also have a special musical guess. Lo-Fo artist and original Vlogger, Weird Paul stops by and share his ode to the Atari 2600, "Please don't Break my Atari". Topics: Retroist, Nostalgia, Retro, Podcast, Weird Paul, 1980s, Atari 2600, Video Games, Atari
I'm excited to announce that the first episode of my podcast about the Mahabharata is now available. There are more episodes to come shortly. This one is just a brief introduction to let you know what this project is all about. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Ancient India, Epic, Mahabharata, Podcast, India, Mahabharat
Paul, Alex and Cam tell their favourite stories about meeting fans and give some suggestions as to what to do if you see a LRR crew member in the wild. Hint: Don't make any sudden moves, they startle easily. Topics: loadingreadyrun, podcast, fans
This week on TTC join James, Alex and Cam as they discuss the changes to coverage rules and the new mulligan rule. Then they dive into Magic Origins and what the set has to offer for Limited, Standard and Highlander playability.Support this show (and other things!): http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Topics: loadingreadyrun, lrr, comedy, podcast, funny, mtg, magic: the gathering, magic origins
Frosty, Heidi and Frank had a radio show on 97.1 Free FM in Los Angeles, California. Their show, along with everybody else's, got canceled when the radio station changed format on 2/20/2009. This is part 1 of the collection of their recorded podcasts, which ranges from early 2006 until their last show on 2/20/2009 ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Frosty,Heidi,Frank,FHF,Frosty Heidi and Frank
Neste episódio, partindo de um documento das nações unidas sobre direito ao anonimato e à criptografia analisamos a conhecida ferramenta TOR.Esse podcast é um oferecimento da empresa BrownPipe Consultoria.Para acesso aos shownotes e lista completa de episódios, acesse Seguranca Legal. Topics: Direito da Tecnologia, Segurança da Informação, TOR, Nações Unidas, Criptografia, Anonimato
Neste episódio falamos sobre o software de declaração de imposto de renda da receita federal que vem recolhendo informações dos computadores dos contribuintes sem sua ciência.Esse podcast é um oferecimento da empresa BrownPipe Consultoria.Para acesso aos shownotes e lista completa de episódios, acesse Seguranca Legal. Topics: Direito da Tecnologia, Segurança da Informação, Receita Federal, MAC Address, Privacidade
On this episode I talk all about Disney's late seventies science fiction classic, "The Black Hole". I start off by talking about how films like "The Black Hole" played an important part in my discovery of the entertainment that shaped my "tastes". Then I get into the film. I talk about the stars of the film, the plot, the production, the robots, the special FX and much more. It is my sincere hope that you will check out this wonderful film either before or... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: film, movies, podcast, retro, nostalgia, storytelling, retroist, disney, black hole, robots, Sci-fi
Um dias destes eu estava procurando documentação sobre umas coisas da linguagem python quando me deparei com uma apresentação do Luciano Ramalho, o entrevistado deste episódio deste episódio. O que me chamou atenção não foi nem tanto a qualidade do material ou a didática do mesmo, mas sim o fato do autor ser brasileiro E por ter feito tudo em inglês. Claro que, se você vive no Brasil e trabalha ou convive com quem trabalha com python, o nome do Luciano não lhe deve ser estranho.... Topics: arduino, associação python brasil, c++, cms, coding dojo, django, flask, fortran, garoa hacker...
Alex has a vast and complicated vocabulary. Join Paul and Graham on this weeks LRRcast as they dive into the world of Alexisms.Support this show (and other things!): http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Topics: loadingreadyrun, lrr, funny, podcast, vidcast, lrrcast, alexisms, slang